One of my other past times is smoking and / or grilling. Not unlike kiting I have 3 grills for different situations. I have a smokey joe which is small and good for tailgating, a 22" weber which is the most common size, and a 26.5" weber which is uncommon and reserved for the serious charcoal grillers. The 26.5" doesn't sound much bigger than the 22" right? If you do the math, it actually has 45% more cooking area so it's a welcome addition to your grilling inventory if your looking to cook larger items or cook for a large group.
One of the accessories I have for the 26.5" weber is an accessory called the Smokenator. It's not available at any stores locally and has to be ordered where I'm from. It consists of a stainless steel piece that retains the charcoal and wood chips and has a stainless steel container that you fill with water to keep the meat from drying out as it smokes. It also has a rack so you can increase your cooking surface by roughly 30% I would guess. They make it in 3 sizes for the 18", 22", 26.5" weber grills. This accessory is actually not a necessary item for indirect heat or smoking as you can still move the coals to one side and get nearly the same effect but it does make it nicer and reduce the chances of charring the meat on the heat side.
Pictured are racks of pork spare ribs with the rip tip portion cut off and smoked separately which basically turns the rack of ribs into what we call St Louis style ribs.